Franklin

Accounting and Finance Policies and Procedures.

Author/Creator:
Hightower, Rose.
Publication:
Hoboken : John Wiley & Sons, Incorporated, 2008.
Format/Description:
Book
1 online resource (329 pages)
Edition:
1st ed.
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Subjects:
Corporations -- Accounting.
Accounting -- Standards -- Forms.
Accounting -- Handbooks, manuals, etc. -- Authorship.
Form/Genre:
Electronic books.
Summary:
Policies and procedures are the foundation of internal controls for organizations. Taking a complicated subject and breaking it into manageable components, this book enables you to hit the ground running and significantly accelerate your completion of a solid policies and procedures program. Comprehensive and practical, this useful book provides you with sample documents you can personalize and customize to meet your company's needs.
Contents:
Intro
Accounting and Finance Policies and Procedures
About the Author
About the Web Site
Contents
How to Use this Manual
Preface
Before Getting Started
Getting Started with the Program
Developing the Table of Contents
Self Assessment
Program
A01: Program Mandate
A02: Overview-Getting Started
A03a: Create, Revise, Issue Policies and Procedures
A03b: Template - Name of Document
A04: Request to Deviate from Policies and Procedures
A05: Rescind Policies and Procedures
Policies and Procedures
B01: Account Reconciliation
B02: Accounting for Compensated Absences
B03: Accounting for Goodwill, Patents, Trademarks, and Other Intangible Assets
B04: Accounting for Mergers and Acquisitions
B05: Accounting for Post-Employment Benefits
B06: Accounting for Restructuring and Reorganization
B07: Accounting for Sales Compensation: Expense, Accrual, Reconciliation
B08: Accounts Payable: Request for Payment to Third Party Vendors
B09: Accounts Receivable: Allowance for Doubtful Accounts
B10: Accounts Receivable: Third-Party Trade and Customer-Credit, Collection, and Cash Applications
B11: Accruals
B12: Accounting and Audit-Related Complaints
B13: Authorization: Delegation, SubDelegation of Authority
B14: Bank Reconciliation
B15: Business Combinations, Consolidation and Foreign Entity Reporting
B16: Business Licenses
B17: Cash and Banking
B18: Communication with Financial Community
B19: Escheat, Abandoned Property, Unclaimed Checks: U. S., Canada, and Where Local Regulations Require
B20: Finance Code of Ethical Conduct
B21: Key Financial Indicators
B22: Financial Planning and Analysis
B23: Property, Plant and Equipment: Fixed Assets, Long-Lived Assets, Tangible Assets
B24: Foreign Currency Risk Management.
B25: Funding and Financing Risk Management
B26: Hiring and Use of External Auditors
B27: Income Tax Preparation and Reporting
B28: Insurance and Risk Management
B29: Intercompany Transactions
B30: Inventory
B31: Investment and Marketable Securities1
B32: Journal Entries: Routine, Non-Routine, and Estimates
B33: Capital, Operating Leases, and Real Estate Rental Property
B34: Letter of Representation, Quarterly Financial Sub Certification Process
B35: Payroll and Salary Expense
B36: Petty Cash
B37: Physical Counts and Evaluation for Inventory, Property, Plant and Equipment
B38: Prepaid Assets/Expenses
B39: Revenue Recognition
B40: Source and Use of Exchange Rates
B41a: Travel, Entertainment, and Expense
B41b: Travel, Entertainment, and Expense Manual
Bonus Policies and Procedures
C01: External Communications and Public Relations
C02: Material Nonpublic Information and Insider Trading
C03: Procurement
C04: Records Information Management
Index.
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Local notes:
Electronic reproduction. Ann Arbor, Michigan : ProQuest Ebook Central, 2021. Available via World Wide Web. Access may be limited to ProQuest Ebook Central affiliated libraries.
Other format:
Print version: Hightower, Rose Accounting and Finance Policies and Procedures
ISBN:
9780470273104
9780470259627
OCLC:
316113557